A health club charges $35 a month for membership fees, determine whether the cost of membership is .

proportional to the number of months, explain
MATH
marissaeddy2
Asked Sep 19, 2012
If I understand what you're asking (and I'm not sure I do), multiply the number of months by the cost per month and compare that to the bill from the health club. For the cost to be "Proportional" to the monthly rate it would be that multiple depending on how long you've been a member.
Rob
Answered Sep 19, 2012
Edited Sep 19, 2012
you have to multiply $35 check work
* 7 245/7 = 35
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245

it is proportional because u could flip it the other way around and u get the same answer
lilly828543
Answered Oct 17, 2016
Edited Oct 17, 2016

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